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  1. I want to do something like this, I had a html query submission form linked to php. I want to send the output generated after php execution to the user through mail id provided in the form, in a manner such that when user click submit button, he well be redirected to thank you page and php keeps on running in the background and as soon as the output is generated, it will be send to the end user through email. As my query takes time to execute, so I don't want the end user to keep waiting till the program gets finish. Here is my code: <?php $seq = $_POST['seq']; if (isset($_POST['seq'])) { $b = fopen("sequence.txt", "w"); fwrite($b, $seq); fclose($b); system("perl /opt/lampp/htdocs/matepred/blast/bin/scriptforblastcompleterun.pl sequence.txt nr > out"); system("perl /opt/lampp/htdocs/matepred/blast/bin/format.pl > output"); system("perl /opt/lampp/htdocs/matepred/blast/bin/testing.pl output"); echo "<div align='center'><font color='blue'><b>RESULT</font></div>"; $i=1; $files = array(); foreach (glob("file_*.out")as $file) { $files[] = $file; $b = fopen("/opt/lampp/htdocs/matepred/blast/bin/$file", "r"); $s=fgets($b); fclose($b); echo "<table border=10. align=center><tr bgcolor=lightgreen><th>SerialNo</th><th>Value</th><th>Decision</th><th></tr>"; echo '<td>'. $i++. '</td>'; echo "<td>$s</td>"; if($s>=0) { echo "<td>Yes</td>"; } else { echo"<td>No</td>"; } echo "</table>"; } } ?> html table part marked in red here is the output which I want to send back to the user. Can anybody help me in linking my php output to the mail. Thanks in advance.
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